Portland couple who won apology from Nationstar in foreclosure case say it's trying to foreclose again

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Portland couple who won apology from Nationstar in foreclosure case say it’s trying to foreclose again

Portland couple who won apology from Nationstar in foreclosure case say it’s trying to foreclose again

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Oregon Live-

A Portland couple who received a loan modification and an apology from Nationstar Mortgage last year to settle their wrongful-foreclosure claims now say the company is trying to foreclose again even though they made all their monthly payments.

Michael and Judy McEldery of Northeast Portland found themselves facing foreclosure last year when they say Nationstar Mortgage — as a pretext to initiate the process — delayed applying one of their payments until after its due date.

The couple sought to block the foreclosure, and Michael McEldery, 67, followed up with claims the company had engaged in elder abuse, unlawful trade practices and breached its contract with him. The company agreed to apologize and modify the loan and bring it current to settle the case, said Michael Fuller, the McElderys’ attorney.

[OREGON LIVE]

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